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We welcome the opportunity to review your graduate application for possible admission to our graduate programs, as our professors will be seeking graduate students in all of our research areas for the fall and spring semesters.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers two fellowships for outstanding master’s students from underrepresented groups in mechanical engineering. Find out more about these fellowships on the Graduate Fellowships for Underrepresented Groups page.
Current Hopkins PhD students in other departments may be eligible to earn a MSE Mechanical Engineering. “Dual” status means that a PhD student earns a master’s degree outside his or her primary department’s PhD program simultaneously with his or her PhD work.
To apply for the “dual” MSE in Mechanical Engineering, take these steps:
Your application will be considered for admission to the MSE program and you will be notified upon admission what steps will be needed to confirm eligibility to earn the degree.
If after viewing the webpages and links above and not finding an answer to your question, you can request additional information: